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    Quote Originally Posted by breezy11 View Post
    Oh it was. I surprisingly ate it without making a mess.
    How did you accomplish that haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by mustang0341 View Post
    Thats a burger!
    Thanks man.

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    Jealousy commencing, Can't wait to end my Paleo streak and have some burgers
    Haha sorry bud.

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    How did you accomplish that haha
    Strategic bites lol.
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    ....crazy veinage, bad ass looking burger... looks like a great saturday for you Breezy
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    Quote Originally Posted by wasme View Post
    ....crazy veinage, bad ass looking burger... looks like a great saturday for you Breezy
    Thank you sir. It really was.
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    Besides dropping one to the damn habs.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by breezy11 View Post
    Haha yup.

    Thanks Jiigzz. Super Cissus . I'm not sure exactly how much weight it was. I'm guessing the bar is either 55lbs or 65lbs...I should figure that out.
    Been meaning to give Super Cissus a try, do you really notice a difference when taking it?

    Quote Originally Posted by classic34 View Post
    Me too haha. Stability + chest training 2 for 1?
    Lol, an effective way to work the stabilising muscles.. not too sure if its safe though

    Quote Originally Posted by breezy11 View Post
    Fired up the grill for some turkey burgers.

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    Wow. Idea for tomorrow
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    Quote Originally Posted by wasme View Post
    Besides dropping one to the damn habs.....
    Yeah...

    Quote Originally Posted by Jiigzz View Post

    Been meaning to give Super Cissus a try, do you really notice a difference when taking it?

    Lol, an effective way to work the stabilising muscles.. not too sure if its safe though

    Wow. Idea for tomorrow
    Night and day. I've mentioned this many times before, but if I could only use one supplement, that'd be it. I honestly don't think I could lift without it (maybe uncomfortably with very light weight). Before I started using it, I'd roll out of bed to avoid putting any pressure on my elbows...I currently have zero discomfort.

    Safe? not so much lol. However, I definitely would've stopped if I felt like tipping was a possibility.

    Put some crumbled bacon in them...extra crispy
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    4/7/13

    I switched up my leg work and concentrated mainly on squats. I wish I had a workout partner to critique everything that I was doing, as I know some of it could’ve been improved. I’ll probably do a similar leg session next week, but try to get everything on video, so I can figure out what needs to be corrected.

    Seated Leg Curl
    120x20
    140x15
    160x12
    160x10


    Box Jumps
    6 sets of 3 with 30lb dumbbells


    BB Back Squat
    135x8
    225x8
    315x5
    405x3
    445x3


    Speed Squats (1min rest)
    5 sets of 4 @ 315lbs

    -These were pretty bad. My speed definitely wasn’t where I’d like it.


    Pause Squats (narrow stance)
    225x5 (7sec pause)
    245x5 (7sec pause)
    265x5 (5sec pause)

    -A partner would’ve been nice to help with timing.

    This is the one set I recorded today. I think I’ll take them a little deeper next time and concentrate more on my explosiveness out of the bottom as well. I’m open to hearing any suggestions/critiques.

    Final Set



    Sissy Squat (stand/2sec hold)
    3 sets of BWx8


    Kettlebell Walking Lunges (weight per kettlebell)
    50x30 (steps)
    50x26


    GHR
    BWx15
    BW+25x8
    BW+25x6
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    I bet your legs are blasted. 445 on the Back Squat is impressive for a final set

    A workout partner is always nice to have if you can find one dedicated enough.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jiigzz View Post
    Been meaning to give Super Cissus a try, do you really notice a difference when taking it?


    Lol, an effective way to work the stabilising muscles.. not too sure if its safe though



    Wow. Idea for tomorrow
    One the SuperCissus®, the difference is huge for me. I only take 2 caps per day, 3 more recently, and the recommended daily serving is 4 capsules. My forearm tendons become inflamed very easily from squatting or any kind of pressing movement, but they haven't bothered me one bit since I started using it and my elbows and knees feel great.
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    Damn that's a long "pause".
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    Quote Originally Posted by breezy11 View Post
    4/7/13

    I switched up my leg work and concentrated mainly on squats. I wish I had a workout partner to critique everything that I was doing, as I know some of it could've been improved. I'll probably do a similar leg session next week, but try to get everything on video, so I can figure out what needs to be corrected.

    Seated Leg Curl
    120x20
    140x15
    160x12
    160x10

    Box Jumps
    6 sets of 3 with 30lb dumbbells

    BB Back Squat
    135x8
    225x8
    315x5
    405x3
    445x3

    Speed Squats (1min rest)
    5 sets of 4 @ 315lbs

    -These were pretty bad. My speed definitely wasn't where I'd like it.

    Pause Squats (narrow stance)
    225x5 (7sec pause)
    245x5 (7sec pause)
    265x5 (5sec pause)

    -A partner would've been nice to help with timing.

    This is the one set I recorded today. I think I'll take them a little deeper next time and concentrate more on my explosiveness out of the bottom as well. I'm open to hearing any suggestions/critiques.

    Final Set
    Video Link: http://youtu.be/yEEqeHeEtdw

    Sissy Squat (stand/2sec hold)
    3 sets of BWx8

    Kettlebell Walking Lunges (weight per kettlebell)
    50x30 (steps)
    50x26

    GHR
    BWx15
    BW+25x8
    BW+25x6
    From that angle the squat looked good, you're breaking at the hips first, your chest is staying up, your knees are out.
    All I could say is maybe drive your neck into the bar more when you get tired.
    On the last rep your chest fell and it looked like your low back was going to round.

    Again though I only watched it once and it's a bad angle
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    Epic long pauses there...looks great to me. Maybe a very slight knee dip on 1 or 2 of them so just continue spreading the floor to keep the knees out, but otherwise very nice work.
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    Those pause squats are impressive with that kind of weight and such a long pause at the bottom. Nice work Breezy.
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    Nice squatting breezy...

    As far as SuperCissus goes - I have bad knee issues when I run.. after a couple of weeks on Cissus it pretty much goes away (A+ in my books).

    On a side note, my son plays AAA hockey. He broke his hand in a tournament in Cleveland this season. Doc said 8 weeks before it would be fully healed. I gave him SuperCissus and after 5 weeks the fracture was no longer visible on the xrays... Now perhaps Cissus had nothing to do with it...but perhaps it did.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kbayne View Post
    I bet your legs are blasted. 445 on the Back Squat is impressive for a final set

    A workout partner is always nice to have if you can find one dedicated enough.
    They're alright for now. Hopefully it doesn't affect my planned HIIT tomorrow morning. Thanks dude. It should be going up over the next few weeks.

    Yeah, I might have one next week if our schedules allow for it.

    Quote Originally Posted by iparatroop View Post
    Damn that's a long "pause".
    I would've liked it a little longer on the last set haha.

    Quote Originally Posted by aceroni View Post

    From that angle the squat looked good, you're breaking at the hips first, your chest is staying up, your knees are out.
    All I could say is maybe drive your neck into the bar more when you get tired.
    On the last rep your chest fell and it looked like your low back was going to round.

    Again though I only watched it once and it's a bad angle
    Thanks man. I completely missed that until you mentioned it. I definitely dropped my head. I think I started to relax a little too much, knowing it was the final rep.


    Quote Originally Posted by bolt10 View Post
    Epic long pauses there...looks great to me. Maybe a very slight knee dip on 1 or 2 of them so just continue spreading the floor to keep the knees out, but otherwise very nice work.
    Thanks bolt. I based the majority of today's workout on a Chad Smith article that I read a while ago. Yeah, I caught that as well. Should be an easy fix.

    Quote Originally Posted by classic34 View Post
    Those pause squats are impressive with that kind of weight and such a long pause at the bottom. Nice work Breezy.
    Thanks classic. The plan is to increase the weight along with the pause next week (7secs on all sets).

    Quote Originally Posted by wasme View Post
    Nice squatting breezy...

    As far as SuperCissus goes - I have bad knee issues when I run.. after a couple of weeks on Cissus it pretty much goes away (A+ in my books).

    On a side note, my son plays AAA hockey. He broke his hand in a tournament in Cleveland this season. Doc said 8 weeks before it would be fully healed. I gave him SuperCissus and after 5 weeks the fracture was no longer visible on the xrays... Now perhaps Cissus had nothing to do with it...but perhaps it did.
    Thanks wasme.

    Yeah, it's an amazing supplement. I can't believe how effective it is for me.

    I don't think I knew that your son played at that level; you must be proud of him. That's a nice surprise either way.
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    Another solid article on pause squats you may enjoy: http://www.jtsstrength.com/articles/...h-in-the-hole/
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    Nice. Thanks bolt.

    Here's what I was referring to. It includes a program that I basically did week one of today.

    http://www.t-nation.com/free_online_...a_bigger_squat
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    Quote Originally Posted by breezy11 View Post
    Nice. Thanks bolt.

    Here's what I was referring to. It includes a program that I basically did week one of today.

    http://www.t-nation.com/free_online_...a_bigger_squat
    Ya good article...solid thing for those following this log to read.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bolt10 View Post

    Ya good article...solid thing for those following this log to read.
    I agree
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    Quote Originally Posted by breezy11 View Post

    I don't think I knew that your son played at that level; you must be proud of him. That's a nice surprise either way.
    Yes, been at that level since the age of 11... he is turning 18 on the 18th... time flies.. and off to college next year.. Don't know what I'll do without my trips to the rink - almost like my escape from life..

    Very proud, thanks man.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wasme View Post
    Nice squatting breezy...

    As far as SuperCissus goes - I have bad knee issues when I run.. after a couple of weeks on Cissus it pretty much goes away (A+ in my books).

    On a side note, my son plays AAA hockey. He broke his hand in a tournament in Cleveland this season. Doc said 8 weeks before it would be fully healed. I gave him SuperCissus and after 5 weeks the fracture was no longer visible on the xrays... Now perhaps Cissus had nothing to do with it...but perhaps it did.
    Midget AAA?

    Dang man, I live in Cleveland and LOVE some hockey. I def would have been there
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    Quote Originally Posted by Distilled Water View Post
    Midget AAA?

    Dang man, I live in Cleveland and LOVE some hockey. I def would have been there

    Some of the games were at the private school there.. can't remember the name but nice facility. And actually where he broke his hand.

    Do you ever get out to see the Lake Erie Monsters?
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    Quote Originally Posted by wasme View Post

    Yes, been at that level since the age of 11... he is turning 18 on the 18th... time flies.. and off to college next year.. Don't know what I'll do without my trips to the rink - almost like my escape from life..

    Very proud, thanks man.
    Very cool. Best of luck to him. I don't know if he had a lot of 5am ice times, but my father definitely didn't miss taking me to those haha.

    No problem man.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wasme View Post

    Some of the games were at the private school there.. can't remember the name but nice facility. And actually where he broke his hand.

    Do you ever get out to see the Lake Erie Monsters?
    Maybe St. Edwards High School. They're the powerhouse around here

    Sadly, I have not! No one wants to go with me, I'm about to say screw it and go by myself.
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    Well i'll chuck some supercissus in with my next buy up. Myabe it'll help me add some weight to the JM
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jiigzz View Post
    Well i'll chuck some supercissus in with my next buy up. Myabe it'll help me add some weight to the JM
    Sounds good man. I think you'll be glad you did. There are a lot of tricep exercises that I can't do without it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jiigzz View Post
    Well i'll chuck some supercissus in with my next buy up. Myabe it'll help me add some weight to the JM
    Just watching Dave Tate preform jm presses make my shoulders and elbows ache
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    4/8/13

    No gym today, but I started my morning with some HIIT:

    -1/2 mile jog/warm-up

    -1/8 mile intervals around the track x4 cycles (1 mile)

    -50yd sprint intervals on field x5 cycles

    -100yd sprint intervals on field x4 cycles

    -13 hill sprints (until I collapsed going up the hill lol)


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    It's hard to tell by looking at the picture, but the hill is very steep...I'm beat.
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    Quote Originally Posted by breezy11 View Post
    4/8/13

    No gym today, but I started my morning with some HIIT:

    -1/2 mile jog/warm-up

    -1/8 mile intervals around the track x4 cycles (1 mile)

    -50yd sprint intervals on field x5 cycles

    -100yd sprint intervals on field x4 cycles

    -13 hill sprints (until I collapsed going up the hill lol)



    It's hard to tell by looking at the picture, but the hill is very steep...I'm beat.

    Good stuff bro!
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    Solid work on the hill and springs. You follow a similar supplement protocol with this as you do with your weights?
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    Quote Originally Posted by breezy11 View Post
    4/8/13

    No gym today, but I started my morning with some HIIT:

    -1/2 mile jog/warm-up

    -1/8 mile intervals around the track x4 cycles (1 mile)

    -50yd sprint intervals on field x5 cycles

    -100yd sprint intervals on field x4 cycles

    -13 hill sprints (until I collapsed going up the hill lol)

    <img src="http://anabolicminds.com/forum/attachment.php?attachmentid=78 482"/>
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    It's hard to tell by looking at the picture, but the hill is very steep...I'm beat.
    NICE! That's my kind of HIIT session. If you don't puke or collapse, you didn't try hard enough.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 804 View Post

    Good stuff bro!
    Thanks brother.

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    Solid work on the hill and springs. You follow a similar supplement protocol with this as you do with your weights?
    Thanks bolt. Yeah, it was pretty similar. I woke up and had OEP (2 scoops), V-1, C20, 1g ALCAR, and 500mg Agmatine before heading to the field. I filled my shaker with ~1.5 scoops of MBCAA+ and had some before, mid, and at the end of my session. I had another scoop of OEP about an hour ago and will break my fast shortly. AP will be added before HIIT when it arrives.

    Quote Originally Posted by iparatroop View Post
    NICE! That's my kind of HIIT session. If you don't puke or collapse, you didn't try hard enough.
    It was brutal, but fun. I was dangerously close to throwing up as well .
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    Yep, the hill sprints I did over the weekend killed me also. If you want to try something on the field, I love doing this:

    Start at the end zone, sprint 10 yards, job back, sprint 20 yards, jog back, all the way until you get up to 100 yards and back. Absolutely murders me haha. Last summer I was going all the way up 100 yards, then start to climb back down (90, 80, etc). I've also done where you sprint the white lines (sideline to sideline), one on one off sprinting, the whole field down and back.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kbayne View Post
    Yep, the hill sprints I did over the weekend killed me also. If you want to try something on the field, I love doing this:

    Start at the end zone, sprint 10 yards, job back, sprint 20 yards, jog back, all the way until you get up to 100 yards and back. Absolutely murders me haha. Last summer I was going all the way up 100 yards, then start to climb back down (90, 80, etc). I've also done where you sprint the white lines (sideline to sideline), one on one off sprinting, the whole field down and back.
    I bet. I wish my scenery was as nice as yours.

    Thanks kbayne. That sounds like a great time . I'd thought about doing 300 yd shuttle runs (25 yds x12). Maybe I'll do both.
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    Quote Originally Posted by breezy11 View Post
    I bet. I wish my scenery was as nice as yours.

    Thanks kbayne. That sounds like a great time . I'd thought about doing 300 yd shuttle runs (25 yds x12). Maybe I'll do both.
    That is just where I was that day haha. Where I am back at, nothing like where I was.

    That is what I love about HIIT, you can do it with practically anything and anywhere
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    Quote Originally Posted by kbayne View Post

    That is just where I was that day haha. Where I am back at, nothing like where I was.

    That is what I love about HIIT, you can do it with practically anything and anywhere
    Yeah, I forgot about that haha.

    I think I'll start doing some of my HIIT at the beach.
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    Well i'll chuck some supercissus in with my next buy up. Myabe it'll help me add some weight to the JM
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    Quote Originally Posted by breezy11 View Post
    Yeah, I forgot about that haha.

    I think I'll start doing some of my HIIT at the beach.
    Wow, must be nice to be that close to the beach. I've never even been to a beach
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    In a few weeks I'll be starting some HIIT cardio. There's a high school track right across the street.

    I swore I'd never run after my final college baseball game but given your success and my desire to be as shredded as you. I don't think I have a choice.
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